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Sunday, June 16, 2013

Missha Super Aqua Refreshing Cleansing Foam Review

Hello everyone,

I've had this cleanser for quite some time now and I'm ready to give you my review.

  • Large squeeze tube. I was surprised at how huge and how much product I was getting here. I'm not used to getting this much product in a cleanser. This is like a jumbo size.
  • 200 ml or 6.76 oz

  • The cleanser has a pleasant fresh scent. Foams when in contact with water, without getting too bubbly and leaving a squeaky clean feel. 
  • I didn't find it drying but didn't find it conditioning either. I have normal/oily skin. 
  • When used alone, it did remove most of my makeup but still leaving some traces behind. When I used a makeup wipe first and then wash off my face with the cleanser, I got much better result. 
  • How to use: wet your face, squirt a nickel size amount of cleanser to your hand and rub it on your face avoiding eye area for a couple minutes. Rinse off and pat dry skin. 

Final Thought

It's a decent cleanser I suppose but definitely not one to use alone if you are wearing makeup. Either use a makeup wipe first before the cleanser or follow up with a toner afterward to pick up any residue the cleanser didn't get off. Might be a bit drying for people with dry skin.

Rating: 8/10

Price: $20.00
Availability: Missha


  1. I'm combination T-zone and I went off my usual oil cleanser to try a new one and my face went MAD! Does this product have any salicylic acid in it? I want a foaming cleanser that isn't super drying for summer when my skin get oiler and I feel like I need to deep clean :)

    1. No it doesn't have salicytic acid. They have a complete list of ingredient on their website. I've provided the link above. My skin rarely reacts to new products so it's hard to say how it's going to work on others. I like that it's not too drying.

    2. I don't usually react either... I think it wasn't so much the cleanser as that it was really drying and then its been humid here and my face has been sweating and I have to wear makeup every day. But I have NEVER broken out like this before.

  2. Oooo...sounds good! That's very much like asian brand drugstore skin care, cleanser between 120-200ml is normal! I usually love getting 150 ml at least if it's something I already know and love. I sometimes combine cleansers like this with some scrub for removing make up even better!


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